[Athen] Mind mapping software
Wershing, Alice D.
adwershing at pstcc.edu
Thu May 24 12:42:55 PDT 2018
Mindview has a version that is the AT version. I have recently purchased one copy and have used it a little bit. It is designed accessibly to work with JAWS and Dragon Naturally Speaking.
Alice D. Wershing, M.Ed., A.T.P.<http://www.resna.org/atp-general-info>, C.P.A.A.C.<http://www.accessibilityassociation.org/cpacccertification>
Disability Services, Technology Specialist Pellissippi State Community College
East TN Region Accessibility Specialist<http://www.tnecampus.info/specialists>
Tenessee Board of Regents-TN eCampus
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From: athen-list [mailto:athen-list-bounces at mailman12.u.washington.edu] On Behalf Of Kluesner, Bryon
Sent: Thursday, May 24, 2018 2:36 PM
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Subject: [Athen] Mind mapping software
Currently, I have Inspiration 8 (2010) installed on my lab computers (version 9 is now available). We reviewed MindView mapping software via a webinar yesterday. Does anyone have any advice on choosing one over the other? While I rarely (if ever) have seen a student use Inspiration, I think, based on the webinar, that MindView may be more user friendly.
Any comments or thoughts about the effectiveness of one program over the other?
Bryon Kluesner, RhD
Adaptive Technology Coordinator
Disability Resource Center
College of Health, Education & Professional Studies
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
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615 McCallie Avenue, Dept. 2953
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